Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Beta Channel Update

The Beta channel has been updated to 13.0.782.32 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame.

The full list of changes is available in the SVN revision log.  Interested in switching to the Beta channel?  Find out how.  If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome


Inverter of Letters said...

I don't know what you did, but it's much more stable and fast when loading pages. Very good update.

Mainman678 said...

Could this be an updated beta release of chrome with instant pages seems like to me. Cause its really super fast now.

MacGyver said...

please fix the product preview on!
You can only see the upper left part of the magnified image. The zoomed image is supposed to follow the mouse. Try it with IE to see how it should work.

MacGyver said...

In compact mode:
-when clicking on a tab to bring up the omnibox, also show the bookmarksbar
-On the new tab page the omnibox covers the bookmarksbar. Slide the bookmarksbar down a bit when the omnibox is shown or show the omnibox under the bookmarks
-Home button is missing in compact mode

altaf said...

Man o Man! blazing fast! bring on this type of update!

altaf said...

Really super fast tested many page and every page is opening very fast unlike the previous version where it was very slow!

Johnathon said...

regression since 12.x not fixed: can not edit websites on

SteveC said...

I am on the beta channel - opening pdfs now fails on *every* pdf. Shows a white screen with the blue progress bar and then just holds there. I can download the pdf everytime and open it in adobe.

I am in Win7 Pro.

How do I get off the beta channel? I can't find an option in the tools. The pdf's have been on again off again for months.

Love chrome but how do I get out of beta. Too many annoying problems.


jasonvaritekfan said...

This version of Chrome seems mucho fast. Love it!

BTW, why can't I remove English (Australian) from the spell-checking list?

M P said...

Thanx Google for a great Browser!

I have almost every experiment enabled in about:flags and now i have problems with scrolling (gmail among others).



jasonvaritekfan said...

@M P: I think your problem might be that you have almost all flags enabled, but in regards to scroll in Gmail, I think that might be with the GPU compositing on all pages, disable it. I disabled it and Gmail scrolling worked as normal.

Mamdouh said...

my screen resolution 1024 x 768 ,
some web sites not appear complete and Right-to-Left scrollbar not appear
this site appear complete when i use internet explore or mozila or opera

This problem occurs in all versions of Chrome

Richard said...

@ MacGyver -- I wish they would fix the Amazon images also, but a workaround that I've found in the meantime is to right click the image and choose "open image in new tab." You can then view the whole image.

M P said...


Thanx! Worked!


Hans Rozendom said...

chrome consume almost 100% of cpu time????

Then I start FF 5.0, no problem.

Reboot, same problem.
(using win-xp sp3, all updated)

Brian said...

Where's the offline standalone installer.

Gabi said...

when this version willbecome stable ?

Avinash Agrawal said...

Drag-and-drop of images , using mouse, from google image search, to Gmail , does not work